Sunday, July 30, 2006

Afghanistan & NATO

Life in the cess-pool of the civilized world is going about as normal these past weeks. The glorious dreams and aspirations of those driven to hammer the irons of death are spreading throughout the region with the speed of a pathetic soul suffering from diarrhea. It looks to be the beginning of some sore times for the islamonazis in close proximity with Israel. I guess those pedofiles had not learned from the previous decades not to mess with the Jewish nation. Then again with all that bending over and having the blood rush to ones head must cause cerebral arterial damage.

As mentioned in my previous post, I had the chance to consume the hours visiting with my two brothers. Both in the military, as was I, but I shall refer to my oldest in this entry. During his tour of duty in Afghanistan he was mainly in the southern regions. He was a turret gunner in a Humvee. He spent time in Kandahar, around Ghazni, Kabul, and a butt load in the Jalalabad (J-bad). Many times he would said that even with all the strikes they had suffered, they always came out on top. He made mention time and again that the "Talis" et. al. were constantly running back and forth across the borders as well. Mainly in Pakistan. However, through the use of "terps" (interpreters) information was gathered saying that insurgents were also flowing in and building up in other countries to come in as well. These other countries all surrounding A-stan. Some even as far Egypt. This comes as no real surprise to me, nor had it be one to you as well.

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As you can see there are many willing accomplices surrounding this embattled desolate rock struggling for some decency we know as freedom. The poor bastards that replaced my brother's unit started to get hit a hell of a lot harder than what his unit ever had. Two reasons really: the influx of foreigners coming in as reinforcements to a dwindling combatant force *** AKA TERRORISTS ***, the unit replacements were going to be "tested by them " and the unit itself (according to my brother) was "ate up to hell". Even the afghanis that were attatched to his base said the same. A unit coming in looking, acting, and actually being weak when a strong and feared unit is leaving only spells trouble for the area. Needless to say they have suffered several losses, and not just some serious wounds, but deaths. You have heard/read the reports of this unit's track record in the news. I shall not say the name of it for reasons of security and present location. Noticed I had not named my brother's unit or their actual base location, but only a broad range of where they had been at. Unlike some of the leftist condom drippings the publish sensitive material during a time of war, I will not do this.

Now when a strong, and successful unit is replaced with a weaker and less effective one, troubles arise and the enemy takes a stronger root. The general populace loses faith in the forces that attempting to help them. In a nut shell, the deeds done are failing to as effective as once before, though still have a positive effect and moral rating with the average "Joe Ahmed" tending to his goats and whacking the stray "Tali" or other terrorist the may wander into his hands. With this knowledge, and a
AP story saying that NATO will be taking over the majority of operations in A-stan, why does this not boost my confidence in winning the assault on terrorism. If we as a civilized world lose the battle on front/area in the world, then we lose it in its entirety. Not one radical Muslim must be left alive to ensure the spread of this cancer known as Islam. Only those truly fighting for a reformation should be allowed to continue the privilidge of sucking in the air of the rest of the decent people of the terrestrial rock we inhabit.

The story starts off as usual, attempting to sound unbiased and proextermination of those bound by the allegiance of evil. Taking the segments of the report I shall show some of the flaws due the first-hand accounts related by my brother.

NATO brings a new strategy for dealing with the Taliban rebellion, establishing bases rather than adopting the coalition tactic of chasing down militants. It wants to bolster the weak government of President Hamid Karzai and win the support of local people by promoting much-needed development.

Ok, so according to NATO, the existing forces have not done this. To think, I thought the security for the elections and cooperation with the afghan security forces in helping to exert extreme prejudice against those wishing to disrupt the country's slight progress that is happening. Now I find it fascinating that the location that my brother was in was and still is a base. In fact it was the officer's quarters that the Russians had used when they were committing ACTUAL instances of genocide (whole villages, towns, and cities wiped off the map, only to leave behind barren land and a cemetery). This crap reporting also fails to recount the numerous efforts and deeds done by the coalition to help not only the federal afghan government, but also the regional, and local ones as well. Many times with "just wisdom", the troops on the ground would enlist the help of the local town elders to solve a crisis.

Richards said he hoped that within three to six months there would be signs of progress, creating secure zones in which aid workers could operate in a region mired in the drug trade and poverty.

Reconstruction would help people see "the fighting is worth something," Richards told a news conference in Kabul. "I hope people who now are often being intimidated into supporting the Taliban" would have the extra resolve to reject them.

Three to six months huh? Keep dreaming buddy, I have yet to see NATO do anything successful in this time span. As for secure zones, well the only thing the "Talis" and other pedophile Mullah followers understand is strength and the will, knowledge and effective ability to use it against them. This is what makes this region more secure. The drug trade was kicked in the nuts hard when the coalition forces were ordered to raze whole crops of poppies. They had some backlash, but many of the average G-I's helped the populace out by providing other crops for them to grow... like corn. Also the economy was bolstered by the U.S.'s presence there. Just for the simple fact of our troops there buying items on the local markets. There have been bonds formed between Afghans and Americans. Friendships that shall span a lifetime now. They know we are there to help, and in turn many times they choose to come alongside the troops and fight, even when they are not an actual part of the Afghan forces (military, police, etc.). This shows, in clarity, that there is something worth fighting for, after all they despise the "Talis" and their ilk just as much as we, the imperialistic pig Americans do. Those that are intimidated by the terrorists will not come over to help with a show of weakness, such as what NATO is proposing here.

He said NATO forces would be "really, really careful" to avoid civilian losses, but would be as tough in defending themselves as the coalition had been.

Civilian deaths during coalition military action — often involving air power and heavy weaponry — has complicated the NATO force's task of winning over a skeptical Pashtun tribal populace.

When they are being "really, really careful" of the civilians, I do suspect they will take the word of anyone saying they are not an aggressor. It is this attitude and political correctness that gets more people killed, civies and troops alike. If the terrorists would not cower behind civies, then there would be significant less deaths in relation to ordinance used to attack terrorists. Not to mention, the civilian deaths are quite low compared to the numbers of the actual terrorists that have been sent directly to hell via some hot lead. I urge you to look at the numbers of past wars and how they compare to the current ones now. Also look at the current wars, and death ratios from the coalition forces, and compare them to the ratios of the terrorist forces and you weill see without to much difficulty whom is the cautious one concerning innocents in warfare. Now to address the issue of a skeptical populace. This populace that is mentioned has always been skeptical, and shall continue in this way. However, they were slowly but surely coming around more to help in the fight against those dealers of death.

In short my readers, I look for a huge FUBAR to happen in A-stan due to NATO's take over in operations. But hey, what do I know? I'm just an uneducated redneck hick from the sticks.


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Friday, July 28, 2006

Its Good To Be Home!

Well folks, did you miss me, or just glad I had disappeared for a spell? We partners in eating the tasty flesh of poor "doe eyed" helpless critters thoroughly enjoyed our visit to the Great United States of America, land of the free and Home of the brave! I intentionally stayed away from most of the news that had been going on, though I had caught a few lines here and there, in particularly about Israel doing some serious arse kicking. Mostly though, we just spent time with the family and catching up on time that had past us by.

It had been about two years (at least) since I saw my oldest brother, and we spent many hours discussing his tour of duty in A-stan. Funny how one's first hand experience seems to follow what my assertation has been about that situation. Now in some months ahead (I shall not say how many) his National Guard Unit shall be visiting the glorious sands of Iraq next. Or perhaps not depending on how things go in world, but it is nonetheless in the future as of this moment in time.

The middle brother (also my elder) living in the great state of Alabama just a stone's throw away from Ft. Benning was able to join the rest of family for the past two weeks. He too was activated due to the war against Islam (for those that do not understand, it is Islam that causes the majority of the terror thus the name given). It had been three years, or perhaps 3 1/2 since we last laid our eyes upon each other.

Visiting old friends, and neighbors alike was of the upmost joy for us. Even with the drastic change and ravages of time on my geriatric friends, it was still a time to be cherished. Some mourned, some hugged, all loved.

Well fellow bone chewers, that is just about it for tonight, perhaps tomorrow I will get back on the ball do some real blogging that you are more accustomed to.


Thursday, July 06, 2006

Coming to America.

Today is the much anticipated day of our departure. We (my female counterpart meat eater & I) are thoroughly enthused to coming to the land of free. It has been a little over a year since we have had our feet on American soil (minus the visit to the embassy), and the time is just for us now to once more place our feet upon it again.

I expect to notice many a strange things that has happened in the States during my absence, and in turn, shall relay these on to you, my devoted readers. I will make some comparisons between the past and present of my observations, and relate as to how life is in the country of my residency as well. One stark difference the I foresee shall be is the comercialization of American life in general. Others... I know not, but only speculate.

So, for these next two weeks, I shall not have any postings, or at least shall only have very minor ones at best due to the lack of having reasonable internet connection speed (25 Kbps, a slow dial up connection grrr). Feel free to browse my present and past postings.


Wednesday, July 05, 2006

Quotes to Think About

A simple post today. With the many thoughts of the various military actions, possible future ones, and all the hubbub about the "American Society" today, perhaps these following quotes will put a little different perspective on things.

"People sleep peaceably in their beds at night only because rough men stand ready to do violence on their behalf."

"Pacifism is objectively pro-fascist. This is elementary common sense. If you hamper the war effort of one side, you automatically help out that of the other. Nor is there any real way of remaining outside such a war as the present one. In practice, 'he that is not with me is against me.'"

"Power is not a means, it is an end. One does not establish a dictatorship in order to safeguard a revolution; one makes the revolution in order to establish the dictatorship." **George Orwell**

"May God have mercy upon my enemies, because I won't."

"Watch what people are cynical about, and one can often discover what they lack."

"Success is how high you bounce when you hit bottom."

"It is only by doing things others have not that one can advance."

"Accept the challenges so that you can feel the exhilaration of victory."

"A pint of sweat, saves a gallon of blood." **George Patton**

"A vital element in keeping the peace is our military establishment. Our arms must be mighty, ready for instant action, so that no potential aggressor may be temped to risk his own destruction."

"When you appeal to force, there's one thing you must never do - lose."

"Every step we take towards making the State our Caretaker of our lives, by that much we move toward making the State our Master."

"History does not long entrust the care of freedom to the weak or the timid."

"From this day forward, the millions of our schoolchildren will daily proclaim in every city and town, every village and rural schoolhouse, the dedication of our nation and our people to the Almighty." **Dwight Eisenhower**

"Welfare's purpose should be to eliminate, as far as possible, the need for its own existence."

"You and I are told we must choose between a left or right, but I suggest there is no such thing as a left or right. There is only an up or down. Up to man's age-old dream -- the maximum of individual freedom consistent with order -- or down to the ant heap of totalitarianism."

"The federal government has taken too much tax money from the people, too much authority from the states, and too much liberty with the Constitution."

"I think the best possible social program is a job."

"Nations crumble from within when the citizenry asks of government those things which the citizenry might better provide for itself."

"As government expands, liberty contracts."

"There are some who've forgotten why we have a military. It's not to promote war; it's to be prepared for peace." **Ronald Reagan**


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Tuesday, July 04, 2006

Happy Independence Day!

Today is the day of freedom. Freedom from oppression and servitude to a government that recognized not the rights nor wishes of the populace it was to serve. It is this day that our nation was born. It was born out of armed conflict for the greater good of those residing within its borders. A nation weak in numbers, but fortified in its heart, spirit and faith in God for vibrant future. Let us today, amongst all the celebration of our freedoms due to this single act, remember why, and how we have attained this. Let us pause during the festivities and pay homage to those that have fallen under the hands of death. Let us be sure to remember the values we hold dear and continue to spread these to others within our grasp.

Thank you.

Remember the tried and true, red white and blue?

Mom & Apple Pie?

Those leading the American way?

What our fellow statesmen do today?

Remember those far away.

Don't be a leftist liberal wanker today!


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Monday, July 03, 2006

The New Yorkie Slimes

Oh the dedication that this publication has for the fishmongers most precious utility... fish wrap of course. Due to thier lack of intgrity and common sense, even other nations have taken upon themselves to look into the financial areas of the their respective countries. Today's news hot of the presses in Argentina, are reporting that there have been intrusions into the systems used by banks.
Denuncian espionaje a cuentas de diez bancos en la Argentina
Los movimientos de cuentas de losclientes de diez bancos extranjeros y nacionales en Argentina habríansido espiados por medio de dispositivos de alta tecnología similares a los utilizados por los servicios de inteligencia de los Estados Unidos, según una investigación privada difundida ayer en Buenos Aires.
El informe no menciona el nombre de las instituciones bancarias afectadas, pero detalla que el dispositivo utilizado para dichas operaciones de espionaje fue un interceptor digital de alta tecnología llamado Applied Signal Tecnology ATS modelo 128, como el usado por la Agencia de Seguridad Nacional de los Estados Unidos.
El espionaje bancario es ilegal sin previa autorización judicial, según la legislación local. También se menciona una nota publicada días atrás por el diario estadounidense The New York Times, en el que se afirma que la Agencia de Inteligencia estadounidense espiaba operaciones bancarias internacionales como parte de la lucha contra el terrorismo. Los técnicos argentinos detectaron que desde 2002 fueron objeto de espionaje transferencias, saldos bancarios, colocaciones de dinero y distintos tipos de pagos financieros realizados mayormente vía telefónica.

I wish to proclaim my deepest gratitude to The New Yorkie Terrorist Lap-Dog Slimes for promoting such a wonderful outlook upon the American populace, domestic and abroad. You have also disrupted a tool that has saved lives and prevented the camel jockies of the world wishing you and the rest of the free world death from doing harm. Now with your lovingly breech of security, you have instigated more problems. Due to this discovery, this intrusion into the banks accounts of tens banks here in Argentina, there will be judicial proceedings. This will only have negative ramifications to the relations of the United States and Argentina. Not to mention endanger those Americans, and Britons living within its borders. Do you hear that? An international disturbance due to the lack of responsibility. Now knowing the people and country (Argentina) here as I do, I am more that confident, but rather completely positive, that the people in charge would not have looked for such traces into the bank accounts if this story had not broken. I shall attempt to keep you updated on this as time goes by.

On a related front in consderation with The New Yorkie Terrorist Lap-Dog Slimes, I bet they would not report anything that is too disturbing about
Hugo Chávez like:

Pese a que aún no se ha concretado la negociación entre el gobierno ruso y el venezolano para la compra de 24 cazas Sukhoi 30 que anunció Venezuela a mediados de junio, los dos aviones representarán el negocio pendiente.
Venezuela compró 100.000 fusiles rusos AK-103 por 54 millones de dólares, además de 15 helicópteros a Rusia --seis MI-17, ocho MI-35 y uno MI-26--.
"Son aviones de paz para todo el pueblo venezolano"

Of course they would not report a military buildup from a person that supports and funds terrorist organizations such FARC. He enjoys the company of such nations like China, and Iran, and is in idol worship of Fidel Catro. Now with the cover blown on the financial network surveilence operations, Hugo will be more careful about how and where he funnels money, thus making it more difficult for the US to monitor his actions. This dangerous influence south of the border is one not to be dismissed, yet the left do this.

Thank you Infobea for this material.


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A Muslim That had Rectal Discomfort.

Question: What does Islam, a prison inmate and a lightbulb all have in common?

Answer: Fateh Mohammad being the
Butt of the joke!


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Whom is Your Church aligned with?

Many faith based groups have arisen in the recent reports of torture and other such atrocities world-wide. We can all agree that torture is a nasty side effect of being a flawed human. We in our essence are flawed, imperfect and prone to destructive ways. Even those that have no organized faith so to speak, feel the same about this issue as we, those that do have a set foundation for our values and principals for living life, do.

The question is, just what do these groups have to do with world wide torture when they mainly focus just on the few failures of America. Why have they aligned themselves with such foes of the United states like the lap dog of terrorism, The Yorkie Slimes. Should we not be outraged and at least slightly miffed and embarrassed to know that such upstanding men like Rick Warren, the author of "The Purpose Driven Life" are on this same anti-american bandwagon. Perhaps some of these people have been duped into what the real agenda for such groups are.

Mark D. Tooley has written an
informative piece on this, go take a gander at it.


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Saturday, July 01, 2006

Another Great Muslim Day.

Well after a tiresome day of pissiness yesterday, I went around to find some more generalized Muslim deeds today. Mind you, these are not quite as graphic as what Saddam's regime portrayed in the video clip in the previous entry was, but still some are just as nasty.

From the good folks at MEMRI comes a look at some
pinheads talking about the falseness of the holocaust perpetrated in Nazi Germany. Once more they are intent on rewriting history and bowing down to Lebanon. Well at least the Lebanese had not sold out Zakky boy. It seems that even his own baby killers were ready to do him and his cronies in before we gave him a couple 500 pound headache pills.

Looks like the middle east has its own problems with those savage "other religions" spreading their vileness amongst the good followers of Muhamhead. The U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom has
the story. I am sure that those foreigners are doing their best to blend in and be critical of themselves so as not to disrupt the locals, unlike those displaced individuals in Europe. I guess they need to study more at Oxford.

Shakespeare could not have written a better tragedy. The Towel heads are up to their carefully
orchestrated events of fun for all the towns people in Pakistan. This is typical of the terrorist's playbook though, here take a look. Why they are so uptight is beyond me, after all.... we are all just family.

After catching up on old times, my cousin told me about a
lively chat he had with one of our distant relatives. Sadly to say, we just don't see eye to eye.

If you read only one link today, make it the last one.


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